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Jonny pens new contract
Jonny Castro Otto has become the latest Wolverhampton Wanderers star to commit his future to the club.
The Spanish full-back, who only returned to action last weekend following a six-month injury lay-off, has agreed fresh terms on a deal which runs until June 2025.
It’s a move which shows a fair amount of loyalty from both sides. Wolves have nursed Jonny back to full fitness and the defender has repaid their patience by putting pen to paper. The club has also shown faith in Jonny’s ability to overcome a serious injury by agreeing to pay him improved terms before he had even made his comeback.
Jonny’s performance against Leicester City proves Wolves’ faith was well placed and the defender can now focus on helping his teammates finish the campaign strongly.

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This season hasn’t gone to plan on the field, as Nuno Espirito Santo will be the first to admit, but there’s been lots of sensible actions taken off it.
Nuno’s new contract, which was announced on the eve of the season opener at Sheffield United, has been followed by a series of renewals from key players.
Raul Jimenez, Conor Coady, Max Kilman, Leander Dendoncker and the ever-improving Pedro Neto all penned extensions before Jonny.
Wolves are still working to reach an agreement with Adama Traore and sources suggest that conversations have taken place about Ruben Neves’ situation too. Traore and Neves still have two years to run on their existing deals so there’s no great rush.
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Nuno’s latest Jimenez update
Nuno Espirito Santo has issued a fresh update on Raul Jimenez’s bid to return for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Mexican striker hasn’t kicked a ball since suffering a sickening fractured skull injury in the victory over Arsenal at The Emirates on November 29.
After undergoing surgery at a hospital in London on the night, Jimenez returned home to his family the following week.
He’s since restarted training in the gym at Wolves’ training ground and has been running on the treadmill.
No comeback date has been pencilled in for Jimenez but Nuno recently revealed that he believes the striker could even return before the end of this season.

“We are truly positive that this can happen,” said Nuno ”It’s very good news that he keeps improving day by day.
“Not only me, but all the medical staff (are positive) because he is improving on all the tests that we did previously, two seasons ago. He’s doing really well.”
The boss has now revealed that Jimenez has attended another consultation with medics and the results have delighted Wolves.
“He’s doing good,” Nuno said in his latest update on Jimenez. “He had a consultation and the results are amazing.
“Gradually he will progress, but it’s too soon to predict the exact moment. He’s working by himself but with a good intensity in his training sessions. We are really positive and delighted.”

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Boost for Saints clash
Rayan Ait-Nouri is set to return for Wolverhampton Wanderers in tonight’s FA Cup clash with Southampton.
French left-back Ait-Nouri sustained a hip injury against Chelsea last month and he’s missed Wolves’ last three games as a result.
He has now returned to training though and could start the FA Cup game if Nuno Espirito Santo decides to rest Jonny Castro Otto for this weekend’s Premier League fixture with the Saints.
When asked about the fitness of Ait-Nouri and fellow left-sided defender Marcal, Nuno said: “They are getting better. Rayan is available again for tomorrow. Marcal not yet.”
Marcal has, however, rejoined the rest of the squad at Compton Park this week, as per the club’s latest training ground shots, and should be available again in the coming weeks.
Full injury news HERE

Raul Jimenez Wolves

Nuno Espirito Santo has issued a fresh update on Raul Jimenez’s bid to return for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Nuno Espirito santo said “We are truly positive that this can happen, It’s very good news that he keeps improving day by day. Not only me, but all the medical staff (are positive) because he is improving on all the tests that we did previously, two seasons ago. He’s doing really well.”

The boss has now revealed that Jimenez has attended another consultation with medics and the results have delighted Wolves.

Nuno Espirito santo on Jimenez said: “He’s doing good. He had a consultation and the results are amazing. Gradually he will progress, but it’s too soon to predict the exact moment. He’s working by himself but with a good intensity in his training sessions. We are really positive and delighted.”

The Mexican striker hasn’t kicked a ball since suffering a sickening fractured skull injury in the victory over Arsenal at The Emirates on November 29. After undergoing surgery at a hospital in London on the night, Jimenez returned home to his family the following week. He’s since restarted training in the gym at Wolves’ training ground and has been running on the treadmill. No comeback date has been pencilled in for Jimenez but Nuno recently revealed that he believes the striker could even return before the end of this season.

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